Conservation Job Board
Please consider sharing this outreach for a recreation position opportunity in a complex and beautiful environment. Thank you.
Androscoggin Ranger District
300 Glen Road
Gorham, NH 03581 kstuart
Please help us by sharing this outreach with any interested parties- advertised merit and demo. Excellent opportunity to work in the beautiful Eastern High Sierra Range and Great Basin all on one District!
Humboldt Toiyabe National Forest
Bridgeport Ranger Station
(760) 932-5812 office (760) 932-5899 fax
Conservation Job Board
1. Please share this opportunity within your network and distribute widely to those who may be interested.
The Modoc National Forest is currently seeking a candidate for a permanent position as a Zone Wildlife Biologist, GS-0486-07/09, with a duty station of either Adin, or Tule lake, California. The Vacancy announcement opens September 18, 2014 and will close on September 29, 2014. The Vacancy announcement number is 14-0510B-49999G-GH (being flown Merit Promotion only). In order to apply for this position, be sure to verify that the appropriate duty location is selected.
For additional information about the duties, please contact Chris Christofferson cchristofferson and at 530-299-8410 or 530-667-8610.
Applicants may apply electronically through USA Jobs at www.usajobs.gov. Applicants should review the announcement carefully and ensure that their application is filed on or before the closing date of September 29, 2014.You may access the vacancy announcement at the following link:
Administrative Operations Specialist
Modoc National Forest
225 W 8th Street
Alturas CA 96101
Denise S. Vinson
Alpine Ranger District
P.O. Box 469
Alpine, AZ 85920
Conservation Job Board
The Wayne National Forest plans to fill up to 4 positions Integrated Positions at either Athens and/or Ironton. We will be hiring at least (1) GS-0462-5 Recreation Position at Ironton Ranger District through this announcement. Please pass to anyone you feel maybe interested in these positions.
Group Leader, Administration & Resources
Wayne National Forest
13700 US HWY 33
Nelsonville, OH 45764
Office: (740) 753-0852 Cell: (740) 590-3591
Fax: (740) 753-0118
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Multiple positions on two ranger districts in northwestern Pennsylvania.
Joseph P. Gomola
Timber Team Leader
Marienville Ranger District
Allegheny National Forest
Admiralty Island National Monument will soon be advertising a position to work at the world-class Pack Creek Brown Bear Viewing Area on the Tongass National Forest in Southeast Alaska. This single position will be advertised through three different announcements and filled with a candidate from one of the applicant pools.
This is a great opportunity for students interested in joining a progressive wilderness program on Admiralty Island – a National Monument, designated wilderness, UNESCO Biosphere Reserve and home to one of the densest brown bear populations in the world. Students should apply through thePathways Student Intern (Recreation) GS-0499-4/5 announcement. While the student intern completes their studies, the summer work schedule will occur around their school schedule (e.g June to August). Upon successful completion of education degree requirements, on-the-job training and meeting OPM qualifications, the position will non-competitively convert to a 13/13 permanent seasonal GS-0462-5 Forestry Technician (Wilderness) position.
Anyone interested is encouraged to complete the attached Outreach Response Form. Respondents will be notified via email when the vacancy announcement becomes available. You will still need to apply for the job separately. Interested applicants must reply to the attached outreach by September 19, 2014.
Please forward this outreach notice to anyone who may be interested.
Admiralty National Monument
8510 Mendenhall Loop Road
Juneau Alaska 99801
I am a 1981 graduate of SIU and I oversee/supervise the Forest Inventory & Analysis (FIA) program for the Alabama Forestry Commission (AFC). For whatever reason, there is a lack of foresters on our job registers so I thought you might be willing to spread the word at SIU that foresters are in demand in Alabama. I currently have one vacancy in Clarke County, Alabama and I’m anticipating a couple of more in the state in the near future. There are also county forester positions that need to be filled within the AFC. To be listed on the State of Alabama job register, one needs to fill out an on-line job application form which can be done by going to the following link: http://www.personnel.state.al.us/Downloads/OESHelpDoc.pdf
The primary duty of an FIA forester is forest resource data collection from sample plots that are distributed evenly throughout the state. 80% to 90% of work time is spent in the field. FIA foresters are allowed to work 4 10-hour days and therefore, have 3 day weekends. Starting pay for a forester is just over $33,000/year.
Feel free to contact me if you have questions or concerns.
Forest Inventory & Analysis (FIA) Coordinator
Alabama Forestry Commission
Phone #: (334) 240-9370
FIA – The Nation’s Forest Census
As a reminder, Career Services has partnered with the Center for Teaching Excellence to present a series of workshops on the Career Search.
"Career Search Part I: The Job Search"
Friday September 5, 2014
Morris Library room 724
3:00p.m. – 4:00 p.m.
Description: The Center for Teaching Excellence, in partnership with Career Services, presents the first of three workshops about the career search. The path to a successful job and performing a job search are not easy tasks to complete. Often this search is postponed until near graduation. Beginning the search sooner is key to preparing for potential job interviews and eventually finding a good job. Join us a Jaime Conley-Holt guides us through beginning the job search.
Seating is limited so please register here or with the following URL http://cteapps.siu.edu/blog/registration/event-registration/
If you have any questions, please do not hesitate to call or email Monrico Brown, 453.2258 or cgte